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I AMUSEMENTS. "T; E 2 ?TEN MUSICAIiE," fflv<>ll by j osepll , J??™ k er Adger. Choral Mall, Thursday Night, April l, 1909. AND PHYSICAL CDLTTJRE. M ISS J£ NIGHT Resumes Classes for Physical Culture, Latest Ballroom and Fancy Dancing. Juveniles, SATURDAY, April 17th, 2.30 p.m., I'ousonby Hall. PRIVATE LESSONS. Prospectus. 10, AEDMORE-RD. ATHLETIC SPORTS. gT. PATRICK'S X%AY "jyTARATHON Will start from Mr Henry Brett's Corner ami round the Lake by road, keepin" the Lake on the 'eft. passing Hill's °Store on the left, and then to Takapuna Racecourse, in Hist gate, finishing the eighth time past the judge's box. Distauee about eleven miles. Competitors must be sit the Devonport Wharf nt '1 p.m. sharp, where a iliag will be in readiness to convey them over tbe course to the starting point. Numbers will be given to competitors by tho stewards at the wharf, complete with fasteners. Numbers must be worn in front. NOTE. — In connection with this event a Sealed Handicap shall also be decided, open to all competltois in the Marathon EXCEPT winner of same, who shall not be deemed a competitor in the Sealed Handicap. The Mnrnthon will start at 3.15 sharp. The stewards will follow the rnee hy motor and hursebark. and any competitor who receives outside assistance or pacing of any sort will be disqualified. Comp.-tltors may oh'iuge thMr foo'-wear during the progress ol the rare. All races run under the N.Z.A.A.A. Rules. Competitors must appear on the course properly attired. The stewards will not allow any competitor scantily attired to compete. Competltois - Numbers (with fasteners) can be obtained from the Secretary's OthVn at tho Racecourse, from 10 a.m. on the Sports Day. Competitors owing the Committee for acceptances, etc., will not be allowed to sturfr. T, B. O'CONNOR, Cbalruian. T. F. O'SHEA, Hon. Sec, S4. Unlon-st.

TENDERS. rpENDERS for House, Empire-rd.. Ep- -*- soni, will close on Tuesday, 23rd of March, l'lans 41, Ivnrangahnpe-rd. A TJCKL.AXD rPROTTING r^LUB. AUTUMN MEETING. MAJiCH 27th, 31st, AND APRIL 3rd. 1000. BOOTHS. Tenders nre Invited for the Sole Right to the Publican's Hootb. and will be received up to 3 o'clock ou FRIDAY, the 19th lnet. For conditions, apply to the Secretary. The highest or any tender not neressarily accepted. C. F. MARK, Secretary, nno BUILDERS Tenders will Up received np to Noon of WKIIXBSIi.AY, tli.. ,'Ust Ilist., for [lie Erection of a Building at Wnangarel fur the Bank u£ Australasia. riaus at our Offices, Swanson-st. KVW. .MAIIO.N'KY AM) SON, Architects. 0~~ and rAlfn~:vrEß!s7— T.EiXDEUS liirlti-il for SI'KEDY IvKKC- <<■(') N OF COTTA.GK adjolmug in.v residence. Trufulgar-si., Onehunga. If desired. :inaiorials bought, lottage to be finished by Hth April. I'taiis niul spe'-iflcHtlons, Wednesday. 17th Marrli. after (i p.m. Tenders Hose on Friday, luth, at 6 p.m.—Warren Blyth. y>

— , . I LOST AND FOUND. ( LOST, in Kar«us-.ibaiie-r<l. or Symorrds-st., Gold Charm Pin (keepsake).—Reward, Robertson, IS), Queen-st. f'oST. cii"r!y~ Monday mornlini, Gent.'s -*■-' fckie Serge C'oar.— Please rpriirn to McCabe, late Moody, Butcher, Khyber Pass. ' T OST. Saturday ulglit. Quecn-st.. between ■*-* Waverley Hotel and Wellesley-st.. Two Cable Bangles, green stone seal attached. ; —Reward, Star ouice. 5G , LOST, between Mt. Itoskiil and Penrose, ' Girl's Hn.wn Cuat. — Fiudcr kindly leave at Hamliiiu, Grocer, Newmarket, or ■ Mrs AYal'.s. Penrose. Howard. rpile person who was sewTtaklng a Lady's - 1 - Umbrella on Saturday evening is reqiieeloil to return the same to the Manager to save further I rouble. 03 WILL person who picked up Uun-inetal ■ Wnti-h in n.l"> I'oMsontiy car. Sunday evening, return to 43, Howe-st., Newton. Reward. 130 \-\7ILI. 1 Ik- Carter who brought Lady's >V I.uBgHKP from s.s.. Manuka on Sunday rvenliiK. kindly leave Sm.-Ul Basket at. Deronporl Ferry. 132 BOARD AND RESIDENCE. TO LET. 3 Large Unfurnished Rooms, with use of kitchen; nice locality.— Apply Star Otlirc. 74 rpu~ LeVT - 2 Empty lluoms. «/. also FurL nlslied and Unfurnished, all prices.— Mrs liealy's Reg.. I'itl-sl.. Newton. cT~L~ET, Front l")onl«p _ Bedrociiii, Slttini;loo'.ii; all cony.: penny section; terms mmlcratc; suit married couple.—Apply Star (J dice. \T7AXTV.r>. l>y clTferly lady. Furnished or » • Unfurnished Room, with entire use of kitchen.— Addre-s L.1 , ,., Newton l'.O. S7 ANTED. Homo for 2 Sadies nml boy; bath, piano; Epsom. Ellerslie, Mt. Eden, Remuera.—M.X., Xeuinurket P.O. VXT ANTED, an" unfurnished ilooni, by B ' ' .young Lady, at business during the da.v, close to eitV. — Address X.8., 140, Star Ufflce. 01 WANTED, by working young woman, Board and Residence with private family, (".rev Lynn or Ponsonby.—Reply to Lily. 148, Star Office. 73 \-\TASTEV, by m.c. and child 4 years' in. »» private family, Furnished Bedroom. with use kitchen and conveniences; near Id section, Symondn-st.—Address Saturday. i7C, Star Office. Wi WANTED, by m.c. with one child, Board and Lodgings for about six months, ' with respectable private family, where no , other hoarders kept; bed an-d Rlttlngrnom j required: will bring own furniture if necessary; will pay 20/ to 2,V weekly for each; child's expenses not included. —Address ■8.5., Newton Post Office. SO PEKSONAIL. i SWIFT.— The fjaiiie uae been played, and I you have i.iki. S4 ILL MKS. AXXE ALBXAND.EK please send her address to "Te Kutti," Star Office. Auckland? Something to her nd-1 vantage. OS WANTED, respectable Girl for house duties, to assist generally.—Apply No. 6, Probert's Buildings, Gt. North-rd. 141

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 Auckland Star, Volume XL, Issue 63, 15 March 1909

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